Today we have two top deals on the BenQ EX3415R gaming screen at a special price of $799.99. Elsewhere, the model is at least $100 more expensive. And second is the Samsung Smart Monitor M8 in top deals for monitors, which is also $100 down from its launch price.
Amazon.com offers the BenQ Mobiuz EX3415R gaming monitor at $799.99, and Amazon.co.uk is also down the price of the monitor, it now costs £603.48, which is 20% less when compared to its listing price.
The BenQ EX3415R has a 34-inch curved IPS panel with UWQHD resolution (3440×1440 pixels, 21:9), a maximum of 144 Hz, and FreeSync Premium. In addition, comprehensive ergonomic functions and a mode against the blurring of moving images are on board.
In addition, the EX3415R impresses gamers with numerous first-class features such as a Moving Picture Response Time (MPRT) of 1 millisecond (2 ms GtG) and AMD FreeSync Premium for a smooth and smooth gaming experience.
Two special gaming features ensure that game objects or opponents can be recognized better and faster: the “Black eQualizer” brightens dark corners and shadow areas, and “Color Vibrance” increases the color intensity. HDRi also optimizes the colors and contrast of the EX3415R curved computer monitor so that details can be displayed more clearly. In addition, the BenQ monitor has a specially developed “racing mode”.
Top deals on the Samsung Smart Monitor M8, a monitor-TV hybrid can be found among the current bargains. The 32-inch monitor costs only $599.99 on Amazon.com and offers, among other things, 4K resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels), Tizen OS, AirPlay 2, HDR10+, and remote control. Bluetooth, WLAN, and USB-C have also been considered.
With the USB Type-C connection with 65 watts of charging power, the new Samsung M8 smart monitor enables an optimized all-in-one workstation experience that does not require an additional docking station. The technical specifications of the 32-inch M8 include a UHD panel with 99 percent sRGB coverage, 1.07 billion colors, and 400 nits of brightness. In addition, the device should be three-quarters thinner than its predecessor.